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Marquez deserves another shot at Pacquiao but he's better off not getting it
By Dennis 'dSource' Guillermo,, 02 Aug 2010
Whether his victory against Juan Diaz impressed you or not, and whether you think he can no longer hold a candle against Pacquiao with his advanced age, Juan Manuel Marquez definitely deserves a third fight with Manny Pacquiao. No doubt about it, Marquez deserves his trilogy with boxing's best fi  Read Full Story >>>

Young Cotabato Prospect Awes WBO Veep, 02 Aug 2010

Joemer Lumacad. M'lang, North Cotabato - A 17-year-old former national amateur youth champion who is turning professional on Aug. 11 has impressed World Boxing Organization (WBO) vice president Leon Panoncillo foll  
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Boxing Notebook: Repeat, No Revenge
By Francis Walker,, 02 Aug 2010
NEW YORK (BASN) -- The rematch of the 2009 “Fight of the Year” didn’t end the way it did during the first encounter when Juan Manuel Marquez knocked out Juan Diaz to claim the WBA/WBO lightweight championships. The rematch was different, but the result was the same -- a Marquez victory. "In t  Read Full Story >>>

Money A Likely Motivation For Juan Manuel Marquez
By Kenneth Ragpala, Filipino Boxing Journal, 02 Aug 2010
It’s not about getting even or settling a score. It’s about one big payday before his imminent retirement. Juan Manuel Marquez (51-5-1, 37 KOs) knows there is no chance in hell he will win against arch-nemesis Manny Pacquiao (51-3-1, 38 KOs) should they meet for the third and final time and at the w  Read Full Story >>>

Inside the Ropes 08.02.10: Weekend Review
By Ramon Aranda,, 02 Aug 2010
With Marquez-Diaz in the books I examine what went down while looking ahead and what should follow for both fighters. Plus, my thoughts on the undercard bouts, Danny Garcia’s recent win, and Jorge Arce’s destruction of Martin Castillo, all on this week’s Inside the Ropes. Photos by Tom Hogan -  Read Full Story >>>

Diaz mulls life beyond the ring
By Ron Kantowski, chron, 02 Aug 2010
LAS VEGAS — Juan Diaz woke up Sunday a beaten man, but at least he has a plan. That's more than many in the fight game can say. The former lightweight champion from Houston, who has a degree in political science from UH, spoke often during the run-up to his much-anticipated rematch with Juan Manu  Read Full Story >>>

Victorious Juan Manuel Marquez now focused on Manny Pacquiao
By Bob Velin, USA Today, 02 Aug 2010

LAS VEGAS — It has become an obsession by now, but Juan Manuel Marquez didn't wait long after polishing off Juan Diaz for the second time Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay Events Center to let the world know who was   
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Pacquiao Watch: For his own sake, Marquez should stop chasing Manny
By Edwin G. Espejo, Asian Correspondent, 02 Aug 2010
After his dominant win over Juan Diaz Sunday, Juan Manuel Marquez proved he is still the best in the lightweight division. He may have lost a step or two, but against the best in the division, Marquez at 36 years old is still the man to beat. He is the best power counterpunching fighter right no  Read Full Story >>>

Mayweather talking with Don King in Florida
Bad Left Hook, 02 Aug 2010
Tim Smith of the New York Daily News reports that Floyd Mayweather Jr. is currently in Florida "hanging out" with promoter Don King, and King believes there's a chance the two could work together. "We've been talking about his future and where he wants to go and what he wants to do. Right now he'  Read Full Story >>>

Chin checked: Danny Jacobs goes to grandma's funeral emptyhanded
By Michael Marley,, 02 Aug 2010
It wasn't bad enough that he planned to grab a redeye flight out of Las Vegas so that he could get to his beloved grandmother Cordelia's funeral back in New York. At least, Danny “Golden Child” Jacobs figured, he would bring the WBO middleweight title belt back to Brooklyn, back to the Brownsvill  Read Full Story >>>

M'lang, North Cotabato - The Double World Boxing Organization (WBO) Oriental championships which featured two Braveheart boxers from North Cotabato ended in contrasts as featherweight champion Lorenzo "Thunderbolt" Villanueva stopped challenger Balweg Bangoyan after the 6th round while young Jermie   Read Full Story >>>

Juan Manuel Marquez has more than earned third Manny Pacquiao chance
By Michael Marley,, 02 Aug 2010

It would be a fitting, closing chapter for them both. I'm talking about a third chapter of the always lively, always entertaining Juan Manuel  
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Marquez too old at 37 - Pacquiao
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 02 Aug 2010
MANILA, Philippines - Juan Manuel Marquez wants a third with Manny Pacquiao. But does Pacquiao want it? The Filipino champion, based on his previous statements, isn’t too sure about that. “Will the people still come to watch the fight?,” said Pacquiao the last time he was asked if he’s still o  Read Full Story >>>


Five-Time World Champion Sugar Shane Mosley (Left) and former Junior Middleweight World Champion Sergio Mora (Right) pose on July 31, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada at the press conference to announce their September 18,  
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JUAN MANUEL MARQUEZ "I am willing to fight anybody. I am proud of my performance. Juan Diaz is a tremendous fighter. He came with a different game plan. Whatever is in store for me next, I will train hard and come to  
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HBO’s Harold Lederman anxious to see Pacquiao-Margarito, guarantees Mayweather will step up in 2011
By Chris Robinson,, 02 Aug 2010
You never know where you are going to find Harold Lederman on any given week. Serving as HBO’s unofficial ringside scorer, the affable New Yorker’s life consists of heavy traveling and much interaction with the boxing world. This past weekend Lederman could be found in Las Vegas, Nevada as he covere  Read Full Story >>>

Mike Tyson On The Hangover: “I Was Doing That To Supply My Drug Habit”
By Paul Bessire,, 02 Aug 2010

The idea of Mike Tyson showing up somewhat unexpectedly at a radio studio in Las Vegas immediately after a visit to the dentist may sound like a great opening scene to the Hangover 2, but when that actually transp  
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Exclusive Interview: Juan Manuel Marquez Renders Again a Suicidal, Discordant Melody After Manny Pacquiao's Unloving Hands
By Granville Ampong, Associated Content, 02 Aug 2010

Casual talk at Side Bar from Mandalay Bay Events Center, LAS VEGAS, Nevada - Assessing from his performance against Juan Diaz last night, the rugged Chelango from Distrito Federal, Mexico, Juan Manuel Marquez, may just be ch  
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Amir Khan wants double world champion Juan Manuel Márquez to be his next opponent
By Gareth A Davies,, 02 Aug 2010

His emphatic victory was watched at ringside by Amir Khan who wasted no time in naming the 36-year-old Mexican as the man he would most like to face in his next scheduled figh  
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Keeping Pace: Juan Manuel Marquez Has Still Got It
By Lee Payton, The Boxing Bulletin, 02 Aug 2010
Nearly 37 years old and the great technician is whipping them in there like he could ten years ago. Juan Diaz couldn't match the great old champion on a mental or physical level and was steadily sniped for 12 rounds. Game as always, the challenger tried just about everything in search of something h  Read Full Story >>>

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